Why Is It Taboo For Men To Be Bisexual, But Not Women? [EXCLUSIVE]


Former child star Aaron Carter, a singer and the younger brother to the Backstreet BoysNick Carter, came out as bisexual and sparked somewhat of a national conversation. Subsequently, Krista asked Ed Lover & Monie Love to ponder on the question: why does it seem to be  less acceptable for men to be bisexual than it is for women to be?

Listeners called up and share their opinions, and there were a lot of… interesting thoughts and comments shared. But when one man named Ken called up, he broke it completely down. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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